The Klondike Kid, Book One: Sailing for Gold, by Deborah Hopkinson, illustrated by Bill Farnsworth and published by Aladdin Paperbacks is the first story in a series of three books for children six- to nine-years-old. It centers around a boy named Davey and the Alaskan Gold Rush of 1897. Davey Hill is on his own. […]Read More
West Meadows Detectives, The Case of the Snack Snatcher was written by Liam O’Donnell, illustrated by Aurelie Grand and published by Owlkids Books (2015). This short mystery (124 pages) is appropriate for emerging independent readers, grades 2-4. Myron, the main character, is in the third grade and starting at a new school. He’s not happy […]Read More
What if you had the key to a less stressful life? What if you could feel all is well in just one moment? What if you could, for the first time, think clearly enough to see what’s next? What if every relationship you have was …Read More
Anachronistic values mar this otherwise compelling account of the short career of Joan of Arc.
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Calling all parents; Biological, Adoptive, Step, Grand, and all those who choose to stand in the place of those who are absent. Never has there been a time where our children desperately need our prayer. This world is slowly losing its grasp with the past. …Read More